• Date:
    Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, 8 a.m. — Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013, 10 p.m. CT
    Renaissance Austin Hotel, Austin, TX, United States
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The SRC community – industry, students, faculty and staff - came together in Austin to make TECHCON 2013 a huge success.

Invited speakers from industry and academia provided a glimpse of a very exciting future for the semiconductor industry. Dr. Rafic Makki, Executive Fellow for GLOBALFOUNDRIES, delivered the keynote address, The Semiconductor Industry:  The Essence of Disruptive Innovation, on Monday evening. Dr. Richard Talbot, Director PLM of the IBM Power Systems delivered his talk, IBM Watson at Work, at the New Frontiers Session on Monday afternoon.

Best in Session Winners at TECHCON 2013

There were also awards recognizing excellence within the SRC community. 2013 TAB and SACC Chairs and the 2013 Mahboob Khan Outstanding Industry Liaison Awards were presented at Monday evening’s Conference Banquet.  The 2013 Technical Excellence Award was presented to Professor David Pan, University of Texas/Austin.  The 2013 Aristotle Award was presented to Professor James Harris, Stanford University.  Best in Session Awards and the URO Best Poster Awards were presented at Tuesday’s Awards Dinner, the final event of TECHCON 2013. Winners are recognized below. You can also check out the event on facebook to see more photos. 

Conference Attendees are able to download presentations in two files; one for Monday's session presentations and one for Tuesday's session presentations. Access to these downloads are limited to conference attendees

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